On March 24th, BitMart Labs, an international blockchain incubator, will host their China Digital Economy Global Innovation Forum in Shanghai, China. The forum is expected to attract many visitors, including several prominent keynote speakers. More importantly, it will introduce BitMart’s US Security Token Offering service.
On March 24th, over 100 blockchain leaders around the world will come to Shanghai to attend the China Digital Economy Global Innovation Forum. Professionals will discuss China’s digital economy and the global trends currently at play in the blockchain space. The entire event is hosted by BitMart Labs, owned by the BitMart Exchange.
What’s most interesting, though, is that BitMart is expanding into the security token industry — and this forum is where they will make the announcement. BitMart Labs is officially creating their US Security Token Offering service. The platform will not only help issuers, but help to streamline the entire process of hosting STOs.
A Global Event in Shanghai
Aside from the announcement of their STO service, the forum is expected to attract many attendees. Topics and insights in the global economy, emerging technologies, finance, and global regulations are all on the table.
Sheldon Xia, the CEO of BitMart exchange, said that the forum brings together the best and brightest in the blockchain world. In effect, it’s a celebration of the “great work” they’ve done as well. “We are delighted to share our successful experience with China’s new forces in the blockchain market,” he said.
BitMart has been incredibly successful in the past year in becoming a global digital assets trading platform. They also provide marketing solutions for products in the blockchain space. The convention in Shanghai is their most public event to date.
Although China has been very hostile to STOs repeatedly, there clearly seems to nonetheless be a small niche for blockchain in the country. Many of China’s ‘smart cities’ are openly adopting blockchain technology.
Will you be following the forum? Will China retain its opposition to STOs in the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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